Summary: Ross plays rugby with Emily's friends to impress her. Chandler runs into Janice and she is infatuated with him but he doesn't care for her. He tells her he is moving to Yemen to try to get her away from him. Monica gets obsessed with figuring out what a light switch in her new apartment does.
The Good: The jokes here were really funny in all storylines. There were plenty of laughs all the way through and all six characters got stand-out moments to overact to squeeze out tons of laughs. The stories were all fun and memorable, and the sheer amount of laughs made this one of the easiest episodes of "Friends" to enjoy. The entire episode was carried by the terrific interactions between the six friends. Ross and Chandler were especially funny in their roles.
The Bad: Unfortunately, there was a huge degree of suspension of disbelief to take into consideration here. All three storylines were quite silly and there was overacting present in nearly every scene to produce the laughs. Ross playing rugby was unnecessary, as his character never pretended to be tough yet here he decides to act tough for Emily for some reason. Monica and the light switch was funny at times but she did seem to go a little too far with it. Some of the jokes were a bit dumb too. While Chandler and Janice are always funny, this episode's plot made no sense. Surely there are tons of holes with Chandler telling Janice he is going to Yemen. Disappointingly, this wasn't followed up on in the next episode, making it feel quite pointless. Everything was completely over-the-top in these storylines and the episode was only saved by the amount of jokes present in each storyline.
Best Moment: I really enjoyed Chandler trying to buy a fake ticket to Yemen. A ridiculous yet funny scene.
Character of the Episode: Ross.
Conclusion: This episode was a ton of fun and was consistently enjoyable, but it had incredibly silly plotting and over-acting which prevents this from being a series highlight. This ends up being good but nothing more.
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